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    Hi I sat the PSYA4 last wednesday and we are now beginning to look at the content for the PSYA3 exam in June. The topics that the teacher chosen to do were relationships, gender and aggression but the problem is that I really wanted to do eating behaviour rather than relationships as this interests me more and is the field of Psychology which i want to specialise in at the end of university. Do you think I should ask the teacher if i can just self teach the eating behaviour topic? For those who done the PSYA3 exam on the 29th of January do you think that learning these 4 topics would be to much information to retain? Fortunately psychology will be my last summer exam (21 st June) so that gives me a bit more extra time to learn the 4th topic thanks.
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    Hi, I asked my teacher if I could self-teach anomalistic psychology rather than doing aggression with the class. (ok i'm at a head start because i know lots of it already anyway).

    It depends how much time you have. Remember though, if you are doing all the the class topics, you can self-teach as much of eating behaviour as you can and then have the choice to do that if what you learnt comes up. I would think you should do some, but don't feel you necessarily have to do the whole topic!

    Also... If you just sat the PSYA4.. do you happen to remember what the anomalistic question was on? (that's the one about paranormal stuff)
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    thanks for your reply. I am really sorry but we done media psychology rather than anomalistic psychology but i will ask my teacher if she has a copy of the PSYA4 paper and find out the question for you.
 
 
 

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